FERC Gives Rover Pipeline a Partial Go-Ahead for Final Phase Ramp-Up

From NGI:
FERC on Wednesday gave Rover Pipeline LLC the green light to ramp up part of its second and final phase, bringing the 3.25 Bcf/d Appalachian natural gas takeaway project a step closer to full service, although the authorization was not expected to increase throughput capacity on the pipe. 
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff authorized Rover to begin service on the Mainline Compressor Station 3 and the segment of its Mainline B running between the second and third of Rover’s mainline compressors [CP15-93]. 
The order partially grants a request submitted April 13, with Rover’s Defiance Compressor Station, Market Segment and Vector Delivery Meter Station still awaiting FERC’s approval. The in-service request for the other facilities is still under evaluation, according to FERC. 
In March, FERC staff took issue with delays in the completion of restoration work at Rover’s Mainline 1 and Mainline 2 compressors, warning that future in-service authorizations could be impacted.
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